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Giacomo Raffaelli, 1753 – 1836, zug.
Detailabbildung: Giacomo Raffaelli, 1753 – 1836, zug.
Detailabbildung: Giacomo Raffaelli, 1753 – 1836, zug.
Giacomo Raffaelli, 1753 – 1836, zug.

Giacomo Raffaelli,
1753 – 1836, zug.

Mikromosaiktondo mit Amor in BigaDurchmesser: 8,8 cm.
Rom, um 1815.

Catalogue price € 11.000 - 14.000 Catalogue price€ 11.000 - 14.000  $ 13,200 - 16,800
£ 9,900 - 12,600
元 84,920 - 108,080
₽ 948,090 - 1,206,660

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Further information on this artwork

Feine Mikromosaikdarstellung en grisaille, einen Putto in Biga zeigend, welche von zwei Schwänen gezogen wird, von ornamentalisiertem Ormolu-Tondo umgeben. Der römische Mikromosaikkünstler Giacomo Raffaelli fertigte unter anderem ein Relief für die Wiener Minoritenkirche, in Auftrag gegeben von Napoleon I. (12304156) (13)

Giacomo Raffaelli,
1753 – 1836, attributed
Rome, ca. 1815.

Fine micromosaic depiction en grisaille showing a putto in Biga being pulled by two swans. Surrounded by ornamental ormolu tondo. Among other things the Roman micromosaic artist Giacomo Raffaelli created a relief for the Minorites Church in Vienna commissioned by Napoleon I.

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.


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